Compiler wrote: ↑
Tue Aug 21, 2018 7:19 am
Would somebody on your site please inform Lucius Charinus that I am still alive, but completely computer-illiterate, and that the texts of all seven of my books are available at https://pfwp.org
. The book he is referring to is, as far as I know, the world's leading authority in its field; although I think A Protocol for World Peace is perhaps of more potential use. I am 75, and am only competent to use snail mail; but any of you may write to me at Horace H. Bradley, 59 Lamphear Court, Corning, New York, 14830.
I'm afraid that Lucius Charinus (he's Pete Brown of Australia, aka "Mountainman" or "Kookaburra Jack") was banned a long while ago for hijacking every thread in deference to his own theory that the whole kit and caboose of Christianity was due to Herculean efforts by Constantine the Great.
Constantine's intent, he thought, was to create an empire-wide religion which he could effectively control as pontifex maximus
. If I remember correctly, he felt that Constantine fabricated it entirely from scratch - no actual Jesus but a myth compiled from bits and pieces of other existing myths using literary accounts of Essenes/Therapeutes as a model.
If you can access the internet (library, Android/I-phone, etc) his bio is based at a site called Mountain Man Graphics. Seems he has not updated it since about 2013, so he may be "retired" himself:
For all Pete's esoteric stuff, see here:
For his theory about Christianity as an invention of Constantine, see Did Constantine Invent Christianity?:
The "Essenes" subdirectory he has it in refers to the primary organizational model used by Constantine for his made-up cult of Jesus Christ.
Don't get me wrong, he is (was?) a successful SQL programmer with a credible résumé to go with it, as well as a lifelong surfer. He came across to me as a bit too "New Age" oriented, although without the crystals, pyramids and wind chimes.
I'll take a look at the website where your books can be found.